Paul Riegler American Airlines, the world’s largest carrier, became the first U.S. carrier to sell premium-economy cabin seats earlier this week. The premium-economy product has been available in ...On March 28, 2017 / By P.K.
Bart Jansen, USA TODAY LATEST UPDATE: Laptop ban begins today in cabins of nine airlines flying non-stop to U.S. from Mideast and Africa ORIGINAL POST: WASHINGTON — Passengers traveling from 10 ...On March 21, 2017 / By P.K.
By Jesse Sokolow on 13 March 2017 A winter storm is building up strength as it brings snow to the Midwest. A large part of the region is ...On March 13, 2017 / By P.K.
by Cailey Rizzo The Transportation Security Administration announced that it is going to start getting more selective about who can pass through the PreCheck expedited security line. Starting ...On March 6, 2017 / By P.K.
By Christian Stampfer MUNICH—The European Parliament passed a non-binding resolution to end visa-free travel for Americans entering the European Union. The move follows the failure of the United ...On March 6, 2017 / By P.K.
Ben Mutzabaugh , USA TODAY Airlines are constantly tweaking their schedules, trying to find profitable new routes or pulling the plug on ones that have underperformed. Airports and ...On February 27, 2017 / By P.K.
Ben Mutzabaugh , USA TODAY It turns out fliers like free meals, after all. Even in coach. That’s the conclusion at Delta Air Lines, which will add free ...On February 17, 2017 / By P.K.
Ben Mutzabaugh , USA TODAY Asian budget carrier AirAsia X announced its first-ever route to the United States on Friday. The airline – the long-haul unit of Malaysian ...On February 17, 2017 / By P.K.
By Paul Riegler Despite a significant drop in roaming charges for voice and data services since we last looked at this issue in 2009, there is still much ...On February 14, 2017 / By P.K.